Creative Approaches to Problem Solving 3rd Edition by Scott G. Isaksen – Test Bank
- The authors’ definition of creative thinking emphasizes:
- the strange and unpredictable nature of the creative experience.
- inventing novel ideas that no one else ever considered before.
- generating many, varied, unusual, and detailed options.
- using the imagination to produce artistic or musical works.
- Four basic elements of creative thinking are:
- fluency, flexibility, originality, and elaboration.
- imagination, fantasy, discovery, and inventiveness.
- preparation, incubation, illumination, and verification.
- comprehension, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
- Creative and critical thinking are:
- opposites that are incompatible.
- two different terms to describe the same cognitive process.
- complementary cognitive processes that work in harmony.
- two separate stages of problem solving.
- The “4 Ps” of a systemic approach to creativity are:
- Principle, Praise, Products, Profit.
- Person, Process, Product, Principle,
- Person, Process, Product, Press,
- Preparation, Playfulness, Pattern, Prize,
- Which choice presents Besemer’s three categories of creative products ?
- Novelty, Style, and Resolution,
- Analysis, Synthesis, and Evaluation,
- Style, Usefulness, and Acceptance.
- Organic, Manufactured, and Abstract,
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